Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck

Approached in 2007 by Kurt Cobain’s widow, Courtney Love, Brett Morgen was offered a veritable treasure trove of material for this biopic of possibly one of the last great rock stars to galvanise a generation. 618 more words

Arts /Events


Eventbrite is an online portal for promoting events and selling tickets. The affordability, accessibility, and integrative approach of Eventbrite all make it a worthwhile technological tool for a variety of arts organizations. 279 more words

Connecting working artists, creative entrepreneurs, and arts professionals with TAC/TAC, the Tacoma Arts Conference

In 2013, Katy Evans and other members of the Tacoma Arts Leadership Lab developed, organized, and presented TAC/TAC as an opportunity to connect professionals and forward the growth of Tacoma and the Puget Sound’s growing creative economy. 151 more words

Tacoma Arts

February recap: Marching Band, Tattoos, Spas, and Great Food!

A little late for my February recap, but better late than never, right?

Thanks to all who made it so wonderful! Some highlights:

Arts Events

The Decemberists | O2 Academy Glasgow

A few months have gone by without this blog seeing any new photographs. That’s a shame, specially when there’s so much I want to share on here. 321 more words


Fifth Annual Art and Earth Exhibit Accepted Artists Announced

The Berkeley Arts Council has announced the accepted artists for the Fifth Annual Art and Earth Juried Exhibit, which will be displayed April 2 through May 2 in the Berkeley Art Works, 116 North Queen Street in Martinsburg. 120 more words

Berkeley Arts Council News

Call for Entries: Photo15 Juried Photography Exhibit

UPDATE: Prospectus is updated to reflect entry fee: $25 for 2 images, $10 each additional up to a total of 4 images.

The Berkeley Arts Council announces a call for entries for Photo15, its second juried photography exhibit. 178 more words

Berkeley Arts Council News